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By AleksanderSowa All Rights Reserved ©

Children / Romance


Good Morning. I am Ania. I’m almost six years old, and I am no different than any other girl in my kindergarten. Almost, because today, I will tell you some story. A story about love. I know, you might be thinking that I am only a small girl, who do not know anything about it. Even more so about beauty, destiny, sins or loneliness. Yes, you are probably quite right. Six years old girls’ having blond hair with pigtails clipped in a ponytail, usually knows much more about the dresses for dolls rather than such matters. I agree, but it does not mean that this is the case. Anyway, I think that you also do not know much about it, even though you are an adult. And I doubt that I am incorrect. For sure, you do not have any knowledge about this, what you will read here in a moment. Even more so, because it is a true story about bad love. Bad Love, a psychological novel about the most important things in life. About love, beauty, secrets, fate, sin, hope, evil, memories, time and loneliness. A fascinating story of a love that did happen one day. A universal story full of hidden meanings. A story that makes you come back to it, makes you think of yourself, your decisions and your life.

Chapter 1

Hi, my name is Ann. I’m almost six years old and I am a typical little girl. Well, not quite in fact, and the story I’m going to tell you will prove it. A love story.

I know, you may say that I am just a little girl. A little girl who knows nothing about love. A little girl who knows nothing of beauty, fate, sins or loneliness. Yes, probably you’re right. Six-year-olds with shiny-fair pigtails usually know more about dolls’ clothing than about these adult things. True. But it doesn’t mean that it has to be like that this time. After all, I don’t think that being an adult makes you know much more about these things anyways. And I dare say that I am pretty much right.

And I dare say that you know nothing about what you’re going to read here, even more so because this is a true story about bad love.

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